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Luke Peterson: Using PyDy to Build a system for handling classical equations of motion

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Luke Peterson: Using PyDy to Build a system for handling classical equations of motion


Published 2009


Talk by Luke Peterson of UC Davis, developer of the PyDy project. Given to the Python for Science group at UC Berkeley on September 30, 2009. In this presentation, Luke describes how to use SymPy to build a system for handling classical equations of motion for dynamical systems. Even if you are not a mechanical engineer, this is a great illustration of how to build on top of symbolic manipulation systems for domain-specific applications.


Producer UC Berkeley Python 4 science
Audio/Visual sound, color

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